[coreboot] [PATCH] Streamline CPU_ADDR_BITS usage
patrick at georgi-clan.de
Sun Oct 3 23:07:27 CEST 2010
Am 03.10.2010 23:04, schrieb Carl-Daniel Hailfinger:
> I want to be able to use my socket AM2+ board with K8 and Fam10
> processors. If I also want fallback/normal images, this change forces me
> to use 4 images instead of 2. And yes, people who use mainboards
> actually may expect to be able to use processors from different
> generations if the "normal" BIOS can handle that as well.
> Due to that, I'd say Nack, but if you have strong technical reasons
> (instead of cosmetic reasons) which result in a net benefit to end users
> even if you factor in the feature loss, I will retract the Nack.
You're still required to have an image for K8 and Fam10 each, simply
because we don't support runtime selection of northbridge code in the
The only thing I worked on was getting through CAR on either CPU, then
jumped into the "right" image right afterwards (as was usual in pre-CBFS
So we can debate if we want to keep the current support, but that
requires more work (architecture changes in coreboot) to support
multiple northbridges in all places, not just CAR.
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